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From Mohan2005 <mo...@roomsnet.com>
Subject RE: clarification of server.xml settings for AJP 1.3 Thread Limit
Date Sun, 06 Jan 2008 16:23:45 GMT

Thanks David,
yes we experimented with JKumount in apache config, and it works fine.
the issue was we had a lot of paths to be set, but were able to get away
with the * character.
may be the issue of sending all that static page traffic over the AJP13
(mod_jk) AKA load-balancer was the imminent small packet size of the
protocol. also although we suspected the thread limitation was a issue, we
did not come across seeing a large number of threads opening at the same
time. does this make sense ?
ajp is meant to server small java scripts and jsp pages ?

thanks all for your help.
regards
mohan

David Cassidy wrote:
> 
> Mohan,
> 
> You can use apache to serve all the static objects without the requests
> going anywhere near jboss / tomcat.
> 
> Have a *careful* look at the JkMount command and look carefully at your
> url-patterns that your application uses.
> 
> D
> 
> On Wed, 2008-01-02 at 11:12 -0800, Mohan2005 wrote:
>> thank you. we will look into this.
>> 
>> Caldarale, Charles R wrote:
>> > 
>> >> From: Mohan2005 [mailto:mohan@roomsnet.com] 
>> >> Subject: Re: clarification of server.xml settings for AJP 1.3 
>> >> Thread Limit
>> > 
>> >> on jboss side server.xml file, we wish to increase the 
>> >> maximum THREAD count for the AJP 1.3 connector port 8009;
>> >> Which parameter is used to do this ?
>> > 
>> > What do the docs say?
>> > http://tomcat.apache.org/tomcat-6.0-doc/config/ajp.html
>> > 
>> >> Earlier we used the Apache front end to render all static 
>> >> pages such as image files, php files etc...
>> >>
>> >> Now we cannot do that,  AS FAR AS WE KNOW, as j2ee does 
>> >> not allow it.
>> > 
>> > Where in the J2EE specs did you find that restriction?
>> > 
>> >  - Chuck
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